Pending trial of Charlo Greene raises questions about the war on drugs and could have broader legal implications as more states move towards legalization.
A not guilty verdict in Nevada sends a powerful message.
Could marijuana really have contributed to the deadly confrontation between Michael Brown and Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson?
The long legal journey has begun for the owner-operator of a Kamloops, B.C., compassion club, the Canadian Safe Cannabis Society, as he challenges the legality of Canada's marijuana laws.
Aaron Sandusky walked into federal court on Friday facing six marijuana-related charges, and a jury later that afternoon found him guilty of two of them. He is now facing a possible life sentence in federal prison.
The attorney for Christopher Williams filed a motion Friday seeking an acquittal or at least a new trial for his client, saying U.S. District Court Judge Dana Christensen erred when giving the jury instructions in the only medical marijuana case in Montana to go to trial.
Prosecutors offered a sizable array of evidence Wednesday in the medical-marijuana trial of Aaron Sandusky, former operator of dispensaries in Upland, Colton and Moreno Valley.
The trial of Christopher Williams, the only defendant so far to challenge federal medical marijuana raids in Montana, started Monday in Helena.
A man given a life sentence after killing a police officer who broke down his door in a botched drug raid has been granted a new trial.
Carol Gwilt appeared in court for sentencing hearing, but made submission at last minute